President Sirleaf congratulates Republics of Cameroon & Argentina
Monrovia, May 23, 2012: The President of the Republic of Liberia, Her Excellency Madam Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, during the week, sent congratulatory messages to the Governments and peoples of the Republics of Cameroon and Argentina on the auspicious occasions marking separate observances of those countries’ National Days.
In the two separate messages to the Cameroonian leader, His Excellency Paul Biya and the Argentinean leader, Her Excellency Madam Christina Fernandez De Kirchner, President Johnson Sirleaf extended warmest felicitations and best wishes to both leaders and through them to their Governments and peoples as they commemorate their respective National Days.
Cameroon’s National Day is May 22 while the Argentineans will celebrate theirs on May 25.
A Foreign Ministry release says the Liberian Leader further entertained the hope that as the people of Cameroon celebrate this joyous occasion, the cordial ties of friendship and cooperation subsisting between the two countries and peoples will be further concretized in the years ahead.
She then wished for the Government and People of Cameroon peace and prosperity under the dynamic leadership of President Biya. She also prayed that the Almighty God grant him long life as his country observes its National Day.
For her Argentinean counterpart, President Johnson Sirleaf expressed the confidence that the close and cordial ties of friendship between the two countries and peoples will continue to be strengthened through shared values and commitment to democracy, peace and security. The first African female president also wished the South American female leader and her people good health and happiness with sentiments of highest esteem.